Denver Gazette: CU overhead defies students’ needs

Dec 7, 2020

“Four years ago, I was honored to be elected as your statewide CU regent. I campaigned on lowering the cost of college, protecting free speech, bringing viewpoint diversity to the classroom and making sure our graduates get great jobs.

In the win column, I’m proud we’ve pushed changes in policy and law to protect free speech, grown initiatives at CU to teach students how to think, not what to think, helped pass civics programs, created transparency around out-of-pocket college costs, and kept tuition at zero increases for the last several years.

On the other side, the challenges in higher ed are unprecedented and coming harder and faster now.”

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